Clay

Clay by Jennifer Blake

A quick and fun read set in the swamps of Louisiana. The subject matter was a little heave at time, but the book was always a romance at it’s heart.

-Amanda

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The Scent of Cherry Blossoms

The Scent of Cherry Blossoms by Cindy Goodsmall

I wanted to read something a little different so I picked this book up. I was not disappointed. I loved following the story of the young amish couple and I loved to read about a romance that wasn’t all about sex. This was a great, modest romance novel straight out of the Amish community so to speak. I plan to read more on this line.

-Amada

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Anne of the Island

Anne of the Island by L.M. Montgomery

This is my favorite of the Anne sequels! Her college days provide many interesting new characters, and familiar favorites are visited. Anne and the Gilbert’s always changing friendship is one of the main plots that holds the book together!

-Dana

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Carnal Curiosity

Carnal Curiosity by Stuart Woods

Good mystery, good plot, and easy to read!

-Claire

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Hail to the Chef

Hail to the Chef by Julie Hyzy

This is a great book, but beware of the gingerbread men; they can be deadly.

-Bonnie

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The Dead Will Tell

The Dead Will Tell by Linda Castillo

This has been the best book I’ve read yet! It is riveting right to the end!

-Bonnie

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Showers in Season (Book 1)

Showers in Season by Beverly Lahaye and Terri Blackstock

This was the first book in a series f 4. About families who all live in a cul-de-sac neighborhood. How each of the families get entertwined with each other is amazing. All the problems some have and how they stick together to solve them: Get the tissues ready for this one!

-Chris

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